Beagle for adoption
Blue Cross of India is looking for good homes for beagles retired from Medical Research

Note: These dogs are between 3 and 7 years and are healthy and agile. They require loving pet-friendly homes with experienced animal-friendly families.

They are not suitable for families with children below 10 years.

Beagle for adoption
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The full names, ages, occupations, and brief personality profiles of everyone living in your household, including children and other pets.
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Details about your home and yard
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Whether your landlord /society approves having a pet at home?
How long the dog will be left alone each day?
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What you plan to do with the dog if you have to move if in a transferable job?
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Have all members of the family give consent for the adoption?
Will you be the primary care giver?
If you have children over 10 years, are they used to pets, or will this be the first time
Do you have the time, patience and resources to tend to the special needs of the beagle, if any?
Can you afford the upkeep of the pet for the next 7 to 10yrs?
Is your home secure with a compound wall to prevent escape?
If you already own pets, Does your dog give birth to puppies every season?
Are your current pets spayed / neutered?
Do you get your pets vaccinated regularly?
Are current pets socialised enough to accept a new canine into the family?
Whether you can provide several references?
Give us your full postal address
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Give us your mobile no
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Give us your email address
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Beagles love the company of their own kind. The bond between two beagles are very strong. How many beagles you want to adopt?
Is there any part of the house the beagle won't have access to?
Where will the beagle be kept during the day?
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Where will the beagle sleep at night?
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What are the arrangements if you and your family travel/go out of town?
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Which vet do you plan to take your beagle to?
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How do you plan to take your beagle to the vet?
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These dogs have never been on a leash. They will take time to learn how to walk on a leash. Till then, how do you intend to keep the dog safe?
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From where did you hear about laboratory released beagles?
In what circumstances would you consider returning the beagle?
If recommended, what safety measures are you willing to invest in?
Why do you wish to adopt a laboratory released beagle?
Can you afford the expenses which will include - neutering, teeth scaling, medical expenses and an adoption kit?
If you require more specific help with taking care of your beagle than what your counsellor can provide, are you willing to spend time, money and effort to work with a recommended canine behaviourist and veterinarian?
Have you cared for a grown or older dog before?
What diet would your beagle be on?
How many hours a day will you spend exercising your dog, including walks and play time?
If the team feels it necessary, would you be agreeable to a pre and post adoption house check?
Anything Else you wish to add
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